About this sport...
Cycling is a recognised Olympic sport - in BMX, Road, Mountain and Track variations. Road racing is the most popular professional form of bicycle racing, in terms of numbers of competitors, events and spectators. The two most common competition formats are mass start events, where riders start simultaneously (though sometimes with a handicap) and race to set finish point; and time trials, where individual riders or teams race a course alone against the clock. Stage races or "tours" take multiple days, and consist of several mass-start or time-trial stages ridden consecutively.
Cayman Cycling is powered by the Cayman Islands Cycling Association (CICA). CICA uses Cayman’s flat topography and warm climate to make a perfect place for recreational and competitive cycling.

CICA aims to use its experience to promote cycling within a competitive, constructive, friendly supportive club environment. They promote road riding etiquette, road safety, road traffic awareness and cycling as a sport for all in the pursuit of a healthy and active lifestyle. They strive to raise the awareness of cycling to the Cayman Islands youth and encourage and assist in helping, coaching and encouraging them. Cycling as a sport promotes discipline, teamwork, physical fitness and dedication.

www.caymancycling.ky - Cayman Islands Cycling Association

www.uci.org - Union Cycliste Internationale - world governing body for sports cycling
www.olympic.org/cycling-road - Road Cycling at the Olympic Games
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_bicycle_racing - Cycling (Road Racing) Wikipedia

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